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Horses being Horses: 6 Considerations after a Riding Accident

Horses being Horses: 6 Considerations after a Riding Accident

Picture a barn owner who runs a successful and lucrative boarding, breeding, and training operation. One day a boarder, while out riding a young and spirited horse, is thrown and seriously injured....
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Protection for the Stable Owner when a Boarder has a Recurrent Riding Guest

5 Ways to Legally Protect Stable when Horse Boarder has Riding Guests

What 5 things should a stable consider to legally protect itself when a horse boarder has a guest that is frequently riding their horse - often more than the boarder?...
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

ALEXANDER KLYASHTORNY, Plaintiff-Appellant, v. BLACK BROOK STABLES, LLC, d/b/a PLEASANT PLAINS FARMS, Defendant-Respondent.

After defendant's trainer rated plaintiff a "beginner," plaintiff took three riding lessons on a "beginner" horse, and was severely injured on May 26, 2007, when he fell or was thrown from the horse during the third lesson....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

KELLY DICAMPLI and ELIZABETH LYON vs. BAYVIEW EQUESTRIAN CENTER and KATHY O'CONNOR

Kelly Dicampli and co-plaintiff, Elizabeth Lyon, accused the defendants, Bayview Equestrian Center and its owner, Kathy O'Connor of trying to get them to pay unprepared charges....
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

DEBORAH L. CAIN, Plaintiff, v. MSU SUMMER SHOWCASE, et al, Defendants.

The United States Equestrian Federation has been added to a civil suit filed by a horse show judge. The amended complaint filed this month by plaintiff Deborah Cain alleges the association was negligent due to the inacti...
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New Orleans Fair Grounds Race Track EHV-1 Quarantine

Once Bitten, Twice Shy: Exploring Equine Liability Laws

While it varies by state, generally, a landowner owes a third party "the duty of using ordinary care to maintain its premises in a reasonably safe condition and to warn . . . of any hidden dangers."...
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